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70s. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. for the most part our commute is starting off well as we look at the interstate 80 commute. right to the bay bridge toll plaza. it is nice and light and there are no major problems there. we have a problem in the south bay. i want to put it on the map here. we have a hard closure because of a fatal accident. a sig alert has been issued. let's go to janine de la vega who is live at the scene on the freeway here. j phone. >> yes, i'men the right hand shoulder of the northbound lanes of 680 where only one lane is open. two lanes are closed so that chp can conduct their investigation of this fatal accident that has happened that left as construction worker dead. his coworker is injured and another man has serious injuries. the chp just told us told us two construction worker were working on the shoulder they were hit by a silver knee son. what they were doing is moving one of those road work ahead signs. the gentleman that passed away he was pinned against his own work truck. he is also a contacted worker. the driver of that silver nissan is at
. [ speaking italian ] lupini. lupini! i'm rick steves, back with more of the best of europe. this time, we're exploring naples. it's a city that's living in the streets today as it has for centuries. bella napoli. it's loveable chaos. naples is italy in the extreme. if you like italy as far south as rome, go further south. it just gets better. if italy's getting a little overwhelming by the time you get down to rome, think twice about going further. italy intensifies as you plunge deeper. and plunging deeper, that's exactly what we're doing this time as we explore naples. [ speaking italian ] we'll go shopping neapolitan style, dodge scooters in naples' crazy traffic, explore the city's vibrant neighborhoods, admire exquisite ancient mosaics, taste pizza in its birthplace. then we climb the lip of a slumbering volcano and wander the amazing ruins of the roman town it destroyed. so many european travel dreams take you to italy. the bay of naples area, about three hours south of rome, is filled with fun and fascination. from naples, we'll climb smoldering mount vesuvius and visit the ruins o
reasons you're on u.s.s. new york. >> reporter: that's right. good morning, steve, list beths and brian and hello everyone on this veterans day. i am aboard right now a boat which is aboard the u.s.s. new york which is a war ship still in active duty right now. we are parked in the hudson river, which is along the island of manhattan. people can actually visit the boat today located on pier 88 until 4 p.m. eastern time. just today come out and visit. i'm with lieutenant brown. lieutenant brown you did give me battle rattle to wear and this has equipment on it? >> all mission essential equipment. >> the title of your squadron. >> coastal region squadron 4 in little creek, virginia. >> congratulations for all you do. i have command master chief isbell, correct? what does veterans day mean to you, captain? >> it means everything, about celebrating and honoring those who paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our country and our liberties. also about those who are serving today and those who will continue to serve. and new yorkers, all the sailors and marines in new york couldn't be happier
, kansas. steve, this is a story for you. the cargo plane is a boeing 747 and was supposed to land at the air force base in kansas but landed at the smaller airport instead. no one is saying why this happened. this plane needs more than 9,000 feet to take off. the runway is about 6,000 feet long. boeing is trying to figure out how to handle this situation, what to do next. you can tweet us. >>> terrifying moments at another airport. take a look at this. an emergency slide in place in the middle of a flight inside the cabin. it knocked over a flight attendant when it blew up. this was on a flight from fort myers, florida, to boston. take a listen. >> all of a sudden there was a big noise and then it blew up like, you know. it was -- it was scary, a little scary. >> we were all startled. >> i bet that's scary. that flight attendant is okay. the plane made an emergency landing in orlando. no word on why that chute deployed. >>> florida congressman tray radal saying he is not going to step down. instead he's going to take a leave of absence to get treatment for substance abuse. >> i am
hercules to richmond. b.a.r.t., caltrain and muni are reporting no delays. now, let's go to steve. >>> thank you sal. under clear skies, a little hint, just looking richmond, outer richmond, sunset even over on san francisco state, winds are easterly. there's fog off the coast. but it's staying off the coast. let's focus on the rain or the lack thereof in san francisco, 0, nothing, in october that's the first october that no rain has fallen on san francisco since 1980 and the 14th time in 160 years of o weather keeping. 9 -- of weather keeping. the odds are favoring dry, but i remain steadfast we'll see rain in november. and we'll get blustery cooler conditions on the weekend. today it's sunshine and warmer temps. tonight it will turn westerly into tomorrow. we get that offshore push. had that yesterday, we'll have it again today, which means nice conditions by the beaches. the fog is there. it's rare. it wants to touch the san mateo coast but it can't. 39 here half-moon bay. there are cold readings under clear skies. this system is poised to make a move toward the pacific northwe
he is back. our year long investigation took al jazeera team from africa to asia. this is steve exclusive report. home to some of the most rare creatures. madagascar has long been a valued souther country, for the lizard king. and so is in the capitol we start to infill strait his network. particular owe is the first to mention the men were after. >> okay, okay. >> how do you know him. >> i introduce him to someone. he is the lizard king's name, caught twice for trafficking in the the the world's most dangerous species. he served eight years in u.s. and malaysian jails. he was released last year. informant whose work with him, say it hasn't taken long to resume charge of his smuggling network. >> you are sure he is still smuggling despite the fact that he has served time in jail in the u.s.? >> yes, i am very sure about it. people confirmed to us that the infamous tradeser still at it. >> still doing it now? >> yeah. >> yes. >> we needed to prove it ourselves. for that we head to the rural property, in his hometown. >> 2010, when law enforcement officers busted into this place.
up, even harry reid says more sanctions may be needed instead. nbc's steve handelsman joins us now with the details. steve? >> reporter: michelle, thanks. here in washington a lot of senators in both political parties say they're ready to vote like the house already has for tougher sanctions. but president obama is asking them, and when he spoke today to israel's benjamin netanyahu, he also presumably asked the hard-line israeli leader give me six more months to see if this new, some would say softer diplomatic approach can work to get iran to give up building the bomb. the president spoke today in san francisco. >> none of that is going to be easy. huge challenges remain. but we cannot close the door on diplomacy. and we cannot rule out peaceful solutions to the world's problems. we cannot commit ourselves to an endless cycle of conflict. and tough talk and bluster may be the easy thing to do politically, but it's not the right thing for our kurt. security. it's not the right thing for our security. >> so the iranians will get access to some of their cash frozen in foreign banks a
. >>> welcome to the side show. here's steve colbert. >> ford apologized last week and i think that should have been the end of it. apparently, the mayor's critics cannot take "i smoked crack" for an answer. they've made more alarming allegations. >> mayor ford was said to be snorting cocaine, drinking vodka and using oxycontin all while entertaining a prostitute in his office. >> drinking and driving also a problem police say. one staff member said he was in the car with the mayor when the mayor chugged a mickey of vodka mixed in with gatorade. >> mayor ford then steps oupt of the car and proceeds to urinate publicly next to basically an elementary school. >> oh, canada. he was just trying to tell kids to stay in school. >> meanwhile, south of the border, there was brazen political hoots pa at the oversight hearing in the house of representatives. congressman paul brown threw this question about the affordable care act at epa administrator gina mccarthy. listen carefully to her response. >> let me ask you one more question because my time is running out. are you signed up for obama care? >> no
the politics of this steve comes with numbers. he comes with hard data. he's got the charts. looking first at who is going to pay more under the affordable care act. >> just because there is so much to talk about this to show what is what and who will be affected. let's look first as willie said, who will pay more, who will not pay more. this chart breaks down all americans into five gruchoups. these 80% are people who either get their health insurance from their employers, as probably most of us here do or they're on medicare or medicaid. for them, for the most part, life goes on. have you the 15% uninsured. they will be affected in a positive way by affordable care. we'll come to them later him then you come down to this roughly 5%. everything we have been talking about in terms of people getting their policies cancelled or whatever fall into this 5% budge. we're talking roughly 16 million people half of them will, should be able to get a similar plan without paying more for it. another quarter of that total will get subsidies. their incomes are low enough to qualify for some of the obam
. steve, elisabeth, and brian, i hope you have your umbrellas. in a couple of hours we're going to be dealing with rain that is going to be moving through parts of new york, pennsylvania and even showers farther south across georgia and also parts of alabama. farther west we have another storm system that is bringing in a lot of rain, snow and strong winds across parts of the pacific northwest. travel out in the northern rockies, the state of washington and oregon will be tough today. temperatures across the surpbt part of the country -- across the central part of the country getting cold. now let's get over to brian with sports. >> we talked about football all year and about some of the head injuries. profootball hall of famer tony dorsett revealing he has a degenerative brain condition, a direct result of 12 years of breaking tackles and running away from big linemen. he was speaking to espn. he says he forgets things and gets lost taking his daughters to soccer games. >> i get frustrated. i get frustrated. i get frustrated and i say you're not -- you're just in a shell. you'r
on crime and cyber issues. leonard received a jd from yale law school and a ba from yale law school. steve chabinsky is senior vice president of legal affairs, general counsel and chief risk officer of the internet technology firm crowdstrike. is also an adjunct faculty member at george washington university, and the cyber columnist for security magazine. prior to joining crowdstrike, steve was at the fbi for 17 years, culminating in his service as deputy assistant director in the fbi's cyber division. prior to that he organized and led the fbi's cyber intelligence program. he's also served in the office of director of national intelligence. he's a graduate of duke university and duke law school. laura donohue is a professor of law at georgetown law, and director of georgetown center of national sigir and the law. she writes on national security and counterterrorism law and the united states and the united kingdom, including on emerging technologies. professor donohue has held fellowships at stanford law school center for constitutional law, stanford university center for international sec
, steve? >> it does. wonder if it's got secret sauce. two all-beef patties. >> one week after testifying on capitol hill about the disastrous obamacare rollout, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius returns today for round 2. what can we expect to hear? joining us from the senate side, pennsylvania senator pat toomy, a member of the senate finance committee. he's going to be there this morning. good morning to you, senator. >> good morning, steve. >> i bet she's going to get an ear full because i know you guys in the senate have been getting an ear full from your constituents who suddenly have gotten those, hey, you've just been canceled notes in the mail. >> that is exactly right. of course, you know, how many times has the president promised people that if you like the coverage you have, you'll get to keep it? we always knew that was untrue. now, of course, it's coming home. and it's devastating to people. three and a half million so far have gotten these letters. because of obamacare, they lose their coverage. their plan no longer meets the satisfaction of the presiden
with their food. steve from kfaz has more. >> any inmate ripping or defacing the miles per hour flag stickers is looking at what the sheriff calls a "bread and water diet." it's a punishment for bad behavior. disgusting by all accounts, including the sheriff's. >> i tell you. it doesn't meet my criteria. >> we visited the area where the worst inmates are housed. sure enough, the flags met with some resistance. >> this is a flag displayed in the cell. where a special management corrupt of the jail. inmate in a cell like this one has been repeatedly tearing down a decal like that. as a result of this che is on a bread and water diet until next january 26. >> ten inmates currently slapped with what the sheriff news release calls a "bread and water penalty "for defacing the flag. the civil liberties union says we're looking in the constitutionality if prisoners can be punished for defiling the flags which would be considered public property. the sheriff says he is promoting patriotism. plain and simple. >> is this a publicity stunt? >> well, everything i do is a publicity stunt. no, it's not a pu
ever gone home with me, steve? i'm just a bystander. >> a bystander who got his phone hacked. >> why don't you have a lock on your phone? >> i don't have a lock on my phone. i never thought people would do something like that. >> we're right here on "kilmeade & friends." >> don't encourage him. >> we're going to start with this. it's a jaw dropper. it was one month ago today that obamacare kicked in. and we showed you in the 6:00 hour of our program that the system was down, and now ever since then we wondered how many people signed up. and now elizabeth and "kilmeade & friends" we have information and it is not good for the administration. >> apparently six people -- >> six. >> there's no thousand or million or trillion after that number. it's just six. but according to -- we have marilyn tavenner who was questioned and kathleen sebelius, they continue to stonewall and say they can't give the official count of six. >> we will not have those numbers available until mid-november. >> we will have those numbers available in mid-november. >> we will get those numbers in mid-november. >>
on a voice mail. martha: so where does that leave him? steve harrigan is live in tampa with more. steve, a lot of debate over these comments. was it threatening or was it just locker room talk. what did richie incognito accomplish with this interview over the weekend you think? >> reporter: martha, richie incognito is trying to make the case that these racist messages were taken out of the context of the locker room. he said he himself received a message from martin which martin threatened to kill incognito's entire family. >> jonathan martin texted me on my phone. i will murder your hole f-ing family. now, do i think jonathan martin would murder my family? not one better. >> left that text for you? >> he texted me that. i didn't think he would kill my family. i knew it was coming from a brother, coming from a friend, from a teammate that puts in context how we communicate with one another. >> reporter: incognito said that the two players. >> changed more than 1,000 texts back and forth in just the past year, martha. martha: wow. it is very interesting how this whole thing has developed
about the launch of iphone. when steve jobs set up the big event. they had something put together with duct tape and wire. it was like -- he insisted on doing it live, steve jobs. he was pushing it through. it looked like the most ridiculous risk taking you could possibly have. so much riding on it. they could not believe it, the engineers, as they sat there in the audience that it worked for the live presentation. i think there was a kind of wishful thinking in this process like you know what, maybe the duct tape will hold and everybody at the lower levels is like i hope, i hope, i hope. it doesn't. now we're in a different stage of the process. now we under the mistakes that were made. now really it's a question of how quickly the administration can regain its competency and come in there and say now we know what the problems are. we can't keep fighting. it's not time to finger point and blame. it's time to be how do we get exchanges up and running efficiently so we get the effects we need from the amount of signups, get the actual system functioning. i think it's -- if i'm in t
. >> welcome to the side show. mayor rob ford was the story of the day for late night comedians. here's steve colbert. >> ford apologized last week and i think that should have been the end of it. but apparently the mayor's critics cannot take, i smoked crack, for an answer. instead they've made even more alarming allegations. >> mayor ford was said to be snorting cocaine, drinking vodka and using oxycontin all while entertaining a prostitute in his office. >> drinking and driving, also a problem police say. they say that one staff member said that he was in the car with the mayor when the mayor chugged vodka mixed in with some gatorade. >> mayor ford steps out of the car and proceeds to urinate publicly next to a basically an elementary school. >> oh, canada. he was trying to tell kids to stay in school. seriously, kids, stay inside, the mayor's out there. >> by the way the toronto city council today voted overwhelmingly to strip mayor ford of some of his powers. but ford says he isn't going anywhere. meanwhile south of the border there was pretty brazen political chutzpah on yesterday's epa
, is the same person who represented casey anthony. steve harrigan has these you this developments from our south florida newsroom. what happened here. >> we are getting word now that the charges against one of these two middle school girls have been dropped. they were both supposed to be arraigned in central florida tomorrow on charges of aggravated stocking. -- stalking. one of the lawyers says the 1-year-old will not face any charges. it's likely the two girls could have faced several years probation for aggravated stalking. basically for bullying and cyber bullying a 12-year-old girl to death on september 10th when the 12-year-old rebecca sedgwick said she couldn't take it anymore. she jumped off osilo of abandoned cement factory to her death this was back in september. since then, the sheriff in that county has been very public in accusing both the two middle school girls and their families. so right now one seems to be off the hook. we are likely to it see the other, 14-year-old gwatney gwatney lupe shaw still aggravated stalking. >> steve harrigan in our florida newsroom. the state s
a guiding star in the new kennedy steve young people with medical document on the vaulting into weapons no signal. the saudis by the way this monday reaching a twenty four hours silence with a written statement on those nuclear talks. if there is goodwill than this agreement could be an initial step towards reaching a comprehensive solution for iran's nuclear program. that lead to the removal of weapons of mass destruction especially nuclear weapons from the middle east and arab gulf reaction to that reaction possibly could on the part of the saudis but seriously why is that it's unwise to conquer. mitchell though. this though it is a couple and their realized that something is happening and don't wait to move the ball committee meeting that the form of the game to how much that is going to help. and the bin. this goes five k in the right direction because the right direction but we know for instance that back in september. present on the one to the united nations in new york. on the sidelines of it. there were talks with major oil companies. and i were dying to get into iran we know th
studies and cybersecurity at long island. please welcome me in joining dr. steve bucci. [applause] welcome todd my everyone here and coming on to c-span. i have to tell you we seldom get right on anf this event. this was planned thinking we would be commenting on the ongoing discussions. now have to comment on what apparently is a deal. treat here with the panel that we have. i will introduce them quickly so that we can get to their remarks . we will start with my colleague jim phillips.ge, he is our middle eastern analyst focused on the middle east and international terrorism since 1978. he's a former research fellow at the congressional research service. the nsa,consultant for dod, the national republican institute and a member of the board of editors's middle eastern quarterly. fromwed by patrick clawson the washington institute of near east policy, the largest u.s. think tank focusing on the middle east. he has edited or written over 30 farsi.nd he speaks he can read stuff the rest of us cannot. he has also served as a senior economist at the dod national fornse university, worked the
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and increased ours. so -- >> rose: how much? >> maybe ten candidates. >> rose: really? >> ten candidates. steve israel our chairman is masterful in all of this, and some of the people who said maybe next year, two years from now, next election. >> rose: then came back and said i think that now. and. >> and that makes a big difference because which want to own the ground and mobilize around our message and have all the money to win and have all the proper management of campaigns that steve is a master at but uh if you don't have the candidate it is hard to do and now we do. >> rose: you think it is greater than 50-50 you could win control of the house in 2014? >> i think we can win. let me -- >> rose: let than 50-50? >> oh i think it is probably even money now. >> rose: even money that you will win? >> that we can win, yes, but let me say this. let's say you are off but i say let you know where you are a year in advance because that tells you who the candidates are. it is really important, we won in '06, we knew in '05 we had the team, now the question is, what were the events that would occur a
with them. small time that's when i came out this site is coming but fate is not with steve at nights and then the petsmart step as the streets and albany state acting since the place the daisy buchanan ninety of hands on a copy of the streets and take sats them to advance his us a sneak peek two men beginning a new adventure. sure it's the first us troops noble that spoken for years but it's also the first in the hands of illustrator to d congrats and well in rider johnny family. freckles when freckles oh yes nice guy meet the new character mack a lock. asterix and the fix is set in scotland. replete with stereotypes of kilts whiskey and bagpipes. conrad and joey say they wanted to find a fresh take on and the books that came before it i knew we were really constrained to respect the universe and style. it's art created from constraints constraints to respect the sixteen year career and illustrator of their leaders so in two thousand eleven he announced he would no longer be drawing the series and the supervise production in the latest book. andrew home when it's on the cover along n
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for the call. steve is joining us from west palm beach, florida. caller: good morning. good morning. i cannot the two terribly illustrative ash cannot be too terribly illustrative, i have been -- i cannot be too terribly illustrative. a lot ofen doing a studying of the united states economy going back to revolutionary times. there were a lot of periods where the economy was very volatile. you were so many booms and busts in the 19th century and so on. the last 25 years, from 1890 to from was very sehgal -- 1990 22 thousand seven, was very stable. 1990 to 2007 was very stable. if you never owned a house you might go from a time when you live alone in a single apartment to where you have to have a roommate back to where you can afford a single apartment and back and forth depending on what is.economy if people lose that resiliency they feel there is no opportunities to get ahead. that is basically what i want to say. journal.comnational -- but he railed along the way -- schedule got derailed on long the way. the senate would tackle a number of nominations. the employee nondiscrimination act and
. the agreement provide no immunity for any individual. including the company's billionaire owner steve cohen. >> his firm will no longer be able to manage money for the outside investors. >> this say o sea of agreement s on the verge of a 13 million-dollar agreements. both cases challenging the notion that some wall street firms are too big, too powerful and too important to the economy to prosecute. some and lists say criminal charges against chase would be a truer test. >> the sec didn't pose the same risk to the economy as a too big to jail problem as go the city bank or bank of america or wells fargo or jp. mor morgan would. if you had one of those banks charged criminally it would limit their ain' ability to trat business and they would have massive lay-offs and it would hurt the economy. raj is also serving an 11 year prison se sentence. prison charges against cohen are still possible. >> and the sec capital fine was not the only big settlement announced today. johnson & johnson was accused of paying kickbacks to doctors and a for pharmaceutical provider ad marketing drugs that are not
. i kind of bag. a friend steve negus term and lily pad. from that site consists of sense because they get to play my i can't go any further with one substance with the tune of another frightening. yes indeed can be a bad list. now mind you i actually decided to speak about this because although i do think it is the best. the drumstick is from. in terms of you know when your plane train around an experiment aimed at just one kiss know that you actually can become addicted to it and this is i use this sentiment but you can't and that's actually not true because i have been addicted to it and it's ultimately related to anxiety coping and it says a form of self medication. i was smoking up to fifteen to twenty marijuana cigarettes a day with tobacco. the twenty seven year old singer says she was using the dryer to deal with their busy schedule to cope with the pain of a hip injury that led to the cancellation of harder for four straight or gay guy to admit that she's enjoying the challenge of creating music without the help the new album art is available now. eye. i. next day the is
carthy is referring to the fact that she's lucky enough to already have health insurance. congressman steve stockman chose to hear it differently. listen to what he says a few minutes later in the hearing. >> i think, though, you earlier gave me my favorite tweet of the day for someone to send out which is i'm lucky enough to -- oh, really the quote is from you. it says i'm lucky enough not to have to sign up for obama care. that's wonderful. i wish my constituents could say the same. >> i actually think i was referring to i'm lucky to have access to good health care, which the -- >> i still will take your quote from the record. i wrote it down. it's really good. >> she didn't say anything what he just said. anyway, in other words he's saying i don't care what you actually said as long as i can quote you out of context and tweet out, it was worse than that. that's all that matter to me. nice trick, congressman. everybody saw it. it fits a pattern when it comes to critics of the affordable care act. the truth is often seen beside the point. remember death panels? this comment from congressman louie g
that of education institution steve spoke with greeks and sing to replace them with private schools typically cost more money the remaining part of the supermarket which collapsed in riga has caved in. this morning for the fifty plus victims continues at the site emergency services picked through the rubble for a second line to become the most of this criminal inquiry has begun to work out why the building collapse thousands of people rallied in the spanish capital to denounce the latest round of austerity measures and speaking out against a proposed new rule that would fall into this and for taking part in a little toys protests and consulting services. under the legislation demonstrate the outside without permission the result of the six hundred files in your own phone. fifteen people died in twin bomb attacks in the north of the role of his expenses which all led by a suicide bomber struck at a shia mosque in a restive town about fifty people was that of being injured in attacks that an abundance of big escalation in iraq in recent months making this the deadliest year since two thousand the f
app applegate and steve carell. the film is getting great reviews. i will keep you posted. >> i may have worked at that cable news network. thanks so much. a lot of great movies to see. >> second skbersment. so many great films. >> we'll take it. thanks for the tips. have a great holiday watching movies. up next who will be best in show. we'll get a preview there you go of the national dog show airing on nbc today with dived fry. a fr above, and still pay the mid-size price. (aaron) purrrfect. (vo) meee-ow, business pro. meee-ow. go national. go like a pro. >> right after the macy's parade, rare and new breeds of dog at the dog show. the winner will be announced during nbc's thanksgiving special at noon today. more than 170 breeds and we are strutting to win best in show. david frye is the cohost of the national talk show who is here with his cav lower king charles spaniel, angel. angel is very different because she is a therapy dog. that was the theme of this year's show. >> we have therapy dog ambassadors that we did to honor the dogs. we talked to people about getting involved as
for the united states, madeleine albright. i am listing her as part of the usip team, which includes steve hadley, george moose, jeremy rabkin, dr. kristin lord, our executive vice president. i would like to recognize a couple of special state department guest, ambassador jones, the assistant secretary of state for near east affairs, the u.s. ambassador to iraq, and the deputy assistant secretary of state for iraqi and iran. if you would come forward, i would like to recognize bill taylor who is our vice president for the middle east and africa and leads our efforts in support of iraq's success and is a great asset to the institute, to the united states, to the world. she has done a perfect amount of work where iraq is concerned. she has published a book, and she is an important part of the institute and has led for years our work. she was big about the u.s. institute's work in iraq. >> thank you for such a warm introduction. i would like to welcome his excellency prime minister maliki, his accompanying delegation, and our guests. usip has been working in iraq since 2003. we have shared its high
. you're looking at going after one of the tallest buildings i soon, and to have a steve show around it. what building are you looking to climb. >> i evaluate urban climbing, it has to be something that captures the imagination. you have to see it and think wow, that's something i want to climb. >> keep us posted where you end up climbing. jimmy, i want to ask you the chicken or the egg question. i know climbing is second nati e to alex. are you filming these guys because they're going to the extremes. or are these guys going to the extremes because you're filming them? >> i think it depends. it could be both. it could be either. you know, ultimately i think what alex does is really inspiring, and you know, they're not like normal athletes that we think about where you can watch them in the stadium or in a court and have love a lot of people watch the human potential. a big part of that is what i'm inspired to capture and share with people. >> it really seems like alex goes well beyond what would seem humanly possible. now we've got a social media question for you. let's go to hermela f
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are honored to have present as well. steve grossman, treasurer of the commonwealth. either -- other mail elected officials stand in support of the cause of women in politics. [applause] by aht's event was sparked milestone in women's political activism. 175 years ago, right here in boston, angelina grimke, a white southerner from charleston, south carolina became the first american woman to address a legislative body. tonight, we are honored to have her great great rants on, mark mason here with us. please give him applause. [applause] angelina rigged key -- grimke's purpose was to present petitions bearing the signatures of 20,000 massachusetts women. black and white, to a joint committee of the general court. the petitioner sought to have congress and slavery in the district of convio but before angelina grimke spoke about the issue of slavery, she knew she had to address the elephant in the room. the fact that she was a woman giving a speech to group of elected officials, not to mention her other audience, all the men and women who had crowded into the house chamber. hers was a radica
defense. lead consultant on ibm policy.r lease join me in welcoming dr. steve. to tell you we seldom et the timing of this right on an event. this event was planned thinking the ond be commenting on going discussions, instead we ow have to comment on what apparently is a deal. a rare treat here with the panel that we have. i'm going to introduce them their so we can get to remarks. we'll start with our colleague here at heritage jim phillips. middle eastern analyst. he has focused on the middle international terrorism since 1978. fellow atmer research the congressional research service and is a consultant to security counsel, department of defense and the international republican institute and he's a member of editors on middle east quarterly. e'll be follow by patrick clawson. he has edited or written over 30 and monographs and can he persian farsi. he worked for the world bang nternational fund and for 18 quarrelly.the senior editor also served for several years s the chief of staff for both ambassador john bolt ton and serving seph who were as under secretary state forearms control
they value on the web, thank you, steve jobs, right? games,ovide to buy something you find of value, so that is changing, but the second thing is let's not pretend to believe that 14-year-olds by newspapers. they did not, and they never will. they come to newspapers when they find a value equation. when they get a first job, or and they have a family, what they are offering, and public schools, and engaging with the community in a different way, and absolutely, i think that those things are coming together. tim, i want to go to your content strategy, because it is really interesting. you create content, and then you sell access, providing access to your audience. can you explain how you will make the decision between what you will cover and what other people should cover? how do you do that? >> it is a simplistic way. that we have a theory that most people care about a limited set of things. month, and i will underline something. as people become older, time becomes more valuable as well, so people start spending more time on things that matter more than they are willing to pay for thin
are honored to have present as well. steve grossman, treasurer of the commonwealth. and would other male elected officials stand in support of the cause of women in politics. [applause] tonight's event was sparked by a milestone in women's political activism. 175 years ago, right here in boston, angelina grimke, a white southerner from charleston, south carolina became the first american woman to address a legislative body. tonight, we are honored to have her great great grandson, mark mason here with us. please give him applause. [applause] angelina grimke's purpose was to present petitions bearing the signatures of 20,000 massachusetts women. black and white, to a joint committee of the general court. the petitioner sought to have congress and slavery in the district of convio but before angelina grimke spoke about the issue of slavery, she knew she had to address the elephant in the room. the fact that she was a woman giving a speech to group of elected officials, not to mention her other audience, all the men and women who had crowded into the house chamber. hers was a radical act in
to commend with. it's their ability on steve's issue. we're all related. >> we were having a discussion hat i purposely stayed out of. and at the own the day the symbolism of the pa len stein issue matters a lot. we're not going to be worried ever again. but having said that at the palestine issue, it gives the al stanees word world like it. there will be a whole list of others there strog do with egypt and so on and so forth. the palestine issue does matter. we need to understand how does it matter. and they're like oh, that we need to be -- we need be real hollow sticks. so president obama has all sorts of confusion issues, obamacare. so the question is will -- if he tibe make the deal with the iranians which satisfies him and satisfied secretary statement of kerry. it's a real consideration. and the same consideration exists 10 years. it's someone to make deal with the yourself. the other is i would get your ams so sort be leader. there was some imperfections and what the supreme leader was the phone call between obama. it goes to that level. it shows you how difficult it is to make. advoc
it for "the cycle." martin, before we go, our family has been missing somebody, and we're all glad that steve is back. >> thank you. good afternoon, it's monday, november the 11th. and on this veterans day, we honor your sacrifice, and your service to the nation. >> thank you to that greatest generation, the heroes who risked everything through the bitter cold of korea, and the stifling heat of vietnam. our 9/11 generation of veterans from iraq, and afghanistan. we need to serve them as well as they serve us. if you fight for your country overseas, you should never have to fight for a job when you come home. put our veterans to work. rebuilding america. we're helping more of them earn their degrees, helping hundreds of community colleges and universities do more to welcome and encourage our veterans on campus. more than 1 million troops were turned to civilian life. we're going to have to work even harder on behalf of our entire nation. thank you for everything you've done, and will continue to do for our country. america has your back 365 days a year. >>> good afternoon on this veterans day,
in the cycling event. i said why not? >> steve looker? >> what a man. >> bill o'reilly has been very supportive of the independence fund. are you a factor fan by any chance? >> oh, yeah. he has been tremendous for us, the independence fund. thank you, bill. >> now, the sergeant major, is he getting a track chair. >> he doesn't need a track chair is he blind so he does not use a track chair. >> why is he on the board? why is he helping the independence fund? >> well, right now they have hyperbowl lick chambers for guys that they enter into. if you suffer from depression or head trauma or addiction like he did, you go in these chambers and it works a lot better. >> that's interesting. not just the track chairs doing other things. >> not just the track chair. >> when you play golf he plays on a sound ball. >> no, no. he actually warms up, gets loose, i put the ball in front of him and it's basically i have to guide him to where he swingts. he actually almost outdrove me on the tee, which was a little embarrassing but he has got a nice swing. >> he can feel the ball on his club. >> feel the ball it
questions stem from the tenth of the harvey oswald steve davies off the bat to the preside. check a stick that this sin was never put on trial. the dow says they're in the majority. new polls said county to disbelief is ingrained in the human psyche. six out of ten americans believe the harvey oswald did not accidental classic menus in the effective cost and his casting and ninety. he can find them all on a website that has been cast to come the rooster is a theme developing here. using as our headline acts at this national maritime tried doing gemini urging russia to release the greenpeace ship and fifty people were arrested in september up to protest against martian arctic oil drilling in anwar on a website. we are sleeping and unite us happy colorful below this week has been overcome in order to release them goes down thanks for that to be a sharpie in the newsroom. it's time for the world this week seven days corp has his correspondence with one down with a screen that he supports an inflammatory said very well known to eat also it is annotated out of the french daily newspaper is ind
other than the folks across the street. fox news channel steve douchey jumped on the obama care distraction bandwagon. he wasted no time spreading the absurd idea. >> oh, isn't that curious timing. out of nowhere, you know, the amidst of obama care not unrolling correctly, the president's poll numbers never been lower. look, john kerry polls are out of his head and changes the subject. >> that's absolutely amazing. neil saw it too. he said, hey, let's get a promo running for their obama care distraction, special report coming up. >> hey. look over here. is the administration trying to distract america from obama care? where do they want your attention? herman cain on a can't miss. >> there's an expert. if you need an expert advice on foreign policy, there is nobody smarter than the pizza man. herman cain was at the top of his game when it came to international issues. >> i'm ready for the gotcha questions, and they're already starting to come. and when they ask me who is the president of u becky becky stan stan, you know i'm going to say you know, i don't know. do you know? >> i
't buying it." not only are people in kentucky buying it, they're loving it. according to figures by steve beshe beshear, last week, more than 50,000 people signed up for health care coverage with over 45,000 enrolled in medicaid. now, this is a state where nearly one in six people are uninsured. as governor beshear made it clear last month, the people in kentucky are looking at the importance of expanding health care coverage and overlooking the rhetoric of kentucky's congressional delegation. >> people, number one, are eager to find out. they're going on this website in droves. and number two, when they really dig down and they look, man, they like what they're finding, and they're going away with affordable health care for the first time in their lives. >> if obama care continues to improve and if what's happening in kentucky takes shape at the national level, we might soon be hearing more reactions like this one from kentucky. after a 35-year-old man found out he qualified for insurance for the first time in his life, well, thank god. i believe i'm going to be a democrat. and that soun
phone 4 in june of 2010? >> we're having a little problem here. >> steve jobs couldn't get it to connect to the internet. embarrassing, but they worked it out. when facebook went public last year a technical error in nasdaq's system delayed the start of trading resulting in a loss to market makers of half a billion dollars. and those of you old enough to know who rube goldberg was may recall the rollout of the edsel, a ford motor company automobile so awful its name still is synonymous with a costly flop. and let's not talk about lehman brothers, bear stearns, aig, jpmorgan chase. the crash of '08. beside those calamities, obamacare's computer problems pale. oh, yes, mistakes are made by big corporations and big government. and although i was for something else, something simpler and easier to manage, i'm betting this will get fixed. as for those strident partisan voices crowing over obama care's first bad round, ask yourself if those weren't some of the same voices cheering on the invasion of iraq and promising victory would be swift and easy. ten years. trillions of dollars. and all th
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